Titan Hot Water Heaters
Types Of Titan Hot Water Heaters
The tankless Titan hot water heaters model Tempra 35 Stiebel Eltron can be found for about $850, and continuously heats water when you need it like all other tankless Titan hot water heaters. This Tempra unit will replace any tank heater, and can be used in homes that have a very high demand for water.
Any home that uses more than 2 hot water appliances or applications at once would do well to purchase any of the larger Titan hot water heaters. This model offers enough continuous hot water to fill large bath tubs, and is recommended for homes in the Northern United States where cold weather abounds. The largest pro point of having Titan hot water heaters of this kind, is that it will always provide enough hot water to completely furnish all your needs. If you have a shower, dishwasher and clothes washer going at the same time, no one will be without hot water.
Titan hot water heaters are known for being a little on the high side when it comes to price, but you get what you pay for. Titan hot water heaters are able to create more hot water faster than some other brands such as Maytag or Whirlpool, and this is yet another pro of owning Titan hot water heaters.
The flow rate for these Titan hot water heaters of 1 gallon per minute allows the temperature to rise to 246 degrees Fahrenheit, not that you would ever have a need for such a high temperature. But the fact that these units are able to create it for you means faster hot water than most other brands. The flow rate of 4 gallons per minute use will allow the temperature to rise 61 degrees above the ambient temperature of the water already in the lines. The energy needed for this model is 132v/ 150v. Weighing only 24 pounds, this is yet another pro of owning this model. It can be mounted in a cabinet, under a sink or hid in a closet. There is a limited warranty of only 3 years, which seems to be the only con of owning any of the Titan hot water heaters.